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What if traditional boundaries of art didn’t matter? I’m exploring the lines between photography, collage, and printmaking; between hands-on and technology. I call it digital collage. Join me: share your thoughts, stay in touch!

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Show: cARTography at ryan james

cARTography announcementThis spring, two pieces from my current body of work will be on display at ryan james fine arts in Kirkland — I am so pleased to be included in this show!

It’s curated by Dawn Laurant, who traces her fascination with maps to her background in archaeology. She accepted feast upon and all this will be yours from my 2014 portfolio.   Both of these pieces investigate place, through the use of specific locale images and textures, as well as actual map fragments.

all this will be yours: Digital collage © 2014 Liz Ruest

feast upon: Digital collage © 2014 Liz Ruest

cARTography: Personal Metaphors and Mindful Maps runs from April 1 to May 30, with an opening reception on Thursday, April 9. I’ll be there — can you join me?

Where: ryan james fine arts, 11905 124th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA
When: Thursday, April 9, 5-10 pm

If you haven’t visited before, let me set a bit of context: the gallery is just off 124th Ave NE, behind places like Laughs Comedy Spot and Chan’s restaurant. The gallery is right in between several wineries, who will also be open that night. It makes for a good party!

 

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